San Francisco city officials are considering placing a toll on Lombard Street, otherwise known as "The Crooked Street." With over two million visitors per year, the traffic is often backed up for blocks, and some of the street's residents say they have had enough. The city finished its latest study, which suggested placing an unprecedented toll in about two years. However, some tourists and tour guide companies are concerned that a toll on Lombard Street will be contributing to a larger pay-to-play trend happening in the city. Is it fair?
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